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Bret Victor Apr 16
understanding engelbart
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Bret Victor Apr 12
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Bret Victor Mar 29
Replying to @rsnous
the dynamic light is pure information
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Bret Victor Mar 24
Replying to @naveenma @rsnous and 2 others
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tanh(mmalex) 🦄 Mar 20
had an eye popping chance to visit where and spent several hours enthusiastically showing off the space. obvs I'm a big fan of 's work & various talks, but what I wasnt prepared for was that I'm still thinking about it now! THREAD 1/n
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Bret Victor Mar 18
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Bret Victor Mar 18
Replying to @rsnous
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Bret Victor Mar 12
(architecture machine group, ~1976)
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Bret Victor Mar 3
Replying to @_chenglou
I'm not familiar with that, but it sounds related to MIT's Amorphous Computing initiative that Sussman was involved with?
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Bret Victor Mar 2
Replying to @worrydream
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Bret Victor Mar 2
Replying to @worrydream
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Bret Victor Mar 2
FLEX machine, 1968 Smalltalks, 1971-1979 NoteTaker, 1978 Vivarium, 1986-1993 Playground, 1988-1992 Squeak, 1996- Etoys, 1997- Croquet, 2003-2007 STEPS, 2006-2012 CDG/HARC, 2013-2017 Tutor, 2016-
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Bret Victor Mar 1
Replying to @nagle5000
it's a common Alan trope, referencing McLuhan (e.g. )
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Bret Victor Feb 27
Replying to @dantaeyoung @rsnous
holy moly, thank you! I never would have imagined that Latour wrote a review of "Cognition in the Wild"!
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Bret Victor Feb 26
babbage's analytical engine comes with two bells ( )
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Bret Victor Feb 23
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Bret Victor Feb 20
Replying to @modernserf
a nice chaser to "From Counterculture to Cyberculture" is Theodore Roszak's "From Satori to Silicon Valley"
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Bret Victor Feb 18
(btw, thank you for provoking this -- it's helpful as I'm preparing to write up Realtalk and need to understand the misconceptions that need to be addressed)
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Bret Victor Feb 15
Replying to @rrherr
the diagram came from a book on Etoys (I *think* this one but it's also in here ) and was intended in earnest by the authors! Don't be embarrassed, it's probably good pedagogy when used well, and patronizing when used poorly.
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